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. the amazing story of one marine we first met more than a year ago in afghanistan in place that years of war had made unsafe for everyone, he signed up for duty that put him directly in harm's way. he talked to us about it at the time. american lal lor, one marine's story. >> reporter: we first meet joey jones in afghanistan. the financial base of the taliban. helmand is the deadliest province. do you feel like you're ready to retire? >> i'm jest getting started. >> reporter: and 23-year-old jones has one of the most tang rouse job, bomb disposal. >> it's a big deal for the country and the guys behind you. i saw an opportunity to do a little bit more. >> reporter: he's from dalton, georgia. a father of a 2-year-old boy. on this day, a tip comes in. jones and his team prepare for a tough day. >> bad day is coming out and doing our jobs and something going on. >> reporter: there are no big bomb suits. they prepare to detonate the ied. there's an achingly long silence, an then -- the blast rings in our ears. we walk to the crater. a local resident says there are three more this the area. >> get
in afghanistan he has had 10 surgeries and needs another one. he will be transferred to bethesda. >> i would do this again a million times. i don't regret anything. >> there was a parachute jump from a double amputee, speeches from top commanders, and a special u.s. 0 performance by the doobie brothers. -- uso performance. >> we are here to support the troops to bid farewell to walter reed and hello bethesda. >> there was a passing of the guards. the flags that fullew will get passed onto bethesda naval and fort belvoir. >> the people are the heroes. for the organization, this is an emotional closure for them. for the employees, this is family. this means having to move to new locations. >> quite a day. >>> 76 degrees, 4:56. >>> coming up, is running out. the debt showdown pits lawmakers against each other as well as clock. >>> football fans, redskins report to training camp today without a familiar face. >> first the mercury is climbing and the worst is yet to come. good morning washington at 5:00 a.m." begins right now. >> live and in hd, t
and afghanistan have been pushed to the brink of collapse. they are increasingly concerned about the -- there affiliate's in somalia and their ability to strike in the u.s.. >> probably the most significant u.s. terrorist threat may emanate from the al-qaeda presence in somalia. >> before he died, osama bin laden had been secretly urging his affiliate's in somalia to target the west. many americans of somalis dissent had travelled home to fight in a civil war. at least 40 somalis-americans have trained and taught there in the last three years including three suicide bombers. as many as two dozen are unaccounted for. >> not al qaeda or any affiliate's have come close to drawing so many muslim americans and westerners to jihad. >> the terror recruits from so mali have come from across the country. >> al shabab continues to call for strikes against the u.s. we will not let our guard down that there is disturbing evidence that the somali group is forging an alliance with the aggressive al-qaeda affiliate in yemen. evidence was found of cooperation between the two groups. >>> coming u
that served in iraq and afghanistan. those patients that are sure will transition into the center in bethesda in the coming weeks. the center at walter reed will close and be handed over to the city on september 15. >>> metro is stepping in to ease gridlock associated with the brac realignment. on august 8 there will be a new bus route between metro and the mark center. >>> looking around the region. a missing seven months old baltimore boy -- jonae boozer faces trial the abduction assault, and burglary charges. police say he took the boy from his father's home on friday. he was found monday morning in northeast washington. >>> last week's heat wave took its toll in maryland. health officials say three people died from heat related illnesses. they include a prince george's county man, a baltimore woman and a man from somerset county on the eastern shore. all of them had underlying health conditions. >>> the west nile virus has been discovered in the district. the disease was found in mosquitoes samples and cleveland park, woodley park and adams morgan. the risk of infection is low but people
all the way back to the first world war. 18th thousand troops who served in iraq and afghanistan have been treated. many of them will be here today for the special ceremony. patients will be transported to bethesda in the coming weeks. jummy olabanji reporting from northwest, abc 7 news. >>> metro is stepping in to help with gridlock associated with the brac realignment. on august 8, metro will implement the new metro bus route between the pentagon and mark center. and it will enhance several other routes in anticipation of the relocation of thousands of military personnel. >>> taking a look around the region the teenager found with a missing seven-month-old baltimore baby will be charged as an adult. 16-year-old jonae boozer faces out deduction assault, and burglary charges. she took the boy from his father's baltimore home on friday. they were found monday morning in northeast washington. >>> the heatwave last week took a toll on maryland. three people died from the related illnesses. that includes a prince george's county man, a baltimore woman and a man from somerset county on th
. >> this service is outstanding. >> after losing two legs and an arm in afghanistan he has had 10 surgeries and needs another. he will be transferred to bethesda. >> i will do this again a million times more. i don't regret nothing. >> this afternoon, there was a parachute jump from a double amputee and speeches from top commanders and a special performance by the doobie brothers some rock and roll to remember a special place. >> we are here to support the troops and bid farewell to walter reed. >> it was a full day of special tributes including a passing of the guard, the casing of the colors. these flags were put away as walter reed's responsibilities get passed on to bethesda naval. >> of the people here have a real legacy. this is an emotional closure for them because for most of our employees, this is family and as is the house closing down and having to move to a new location. >> for the most difficult phase of this process moving the last of the soldiers who are here who are recuperating and the doors of this historic hospital closed forever. >>> coming up, a woman accused
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